Chris and I are currently in Hong Kong for vacation. Since we are planning to walk around a lot in Hong Kong, I chose to wear something comfortable and casual - a jacket and tank top from Lily with J Crew 3" shorts (old). For shoes, I wore my most walkable Jelly Thong sandals from Michael Kors (old), which are always my first choice for summer trips and an easy going pairs. It turned out a great choice as my feet felt comfortable the whole time while walking around for hours in Causeway Bay area and the Center part of Hong Kong.
As you can see from the pictures below, I carried my Rebecca Minkoff Mab Tote Mini Cross Body (review from previous post). The light pink color matches my outfit nicely, and goes with my Kate Spade Bernadette Round Sunglasses perfectly. Most importantly, it's very easy to carry around while traveling due to its light weight and small size.
Victoria Peak is one of the most famous spots to visit in Hong Kong. After done shopping in Causeway Bay, Chris and I decided to visit the peak before sunset. We followed the suggestion given by the hotel and took a bus on our way to the peak and enjoyed the beautiful view of Hong Kong, and took the tram on our way back to get back to the Center area quickly. We were both so amazed how wonderful and beautiful Hong Kong is from the Peak.
I wore a knit dress which I purchased from Nordstrom last year. I love the navy and blue stripes and the fit of the dress. I took a grey light cardigan with me just in case it will be cool at night since we will be going to Victoria Harbor for the night view and staying out late.
I chose to wear my Tory Burch Minnie Travel Ballet Leather Flats (in black) to match the dress. I got them from Chris as a birthday gift last year. I always check out the Tory Burch website for other colors as they are so comfortable, fashionable, and great quality.
Like our usual vacations, food is always the most important part for us. We both are big fan of Hong Kong milk tea and couldn't wait to try it out for our first breakfast in Hong Kong. The scrambled eggs with black truffles on toast was great.
I have to say the food in Hong Kong is amazing with a lot of variety. We both enjoyed the food from the Japanese and Taiwanese restaurants as well as the snacks while we walked around the city.